Hundreds of thousands of sets of PPE were successfully exported to Korea with falsified codes. The matter was resolved unofficially by three institutions.
Personal protective equipment factory in Bandung, West Java, April 12./ANTARA/Raisan Al Farisi. tempo : 167528021279
OVER 100 workers of Dae Dong International were busy working with pieces of white fabric at their tables on Tuesday, April 14. This cloth is the material they use to make hazmat suits at their factory located in a bonded area in Ciawi, Bogor, West Java.
Dae Dong produces personal protective equipment (PPE) for the foreign market. However, they had a problem with their exports at the end of last March. At that time, Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covi
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